Although her eyes were so glorious, and beaming with eternity, this distant sort of beatitude was not much to my liking.
Paten smiled pleasantly at this picture of beatitude, and smoked on.
It gains in beatitude or, if no progress has been made, it seeks a refuge in the bodies of animals and people of mean appetites.
The worn, seamed face lifted to his was transfigured by its look of beatitude.
All of beauty and of beatitude we conceive and strive for, ourselves are to be sometime.
It exudes warmth, strength, beatitude, yet there is none of the animal.
Such enthusiasts, excepting when enjoying the beatitude of ecstatic exaltation, are more to be pitied than feared.
For they are so filled with the joy of their beatitude that sorrow finds no place in them.
Each of those six days was like a Sunday, and Sunday to Rickman was always a day of beatitude, being the day of dreams.
And what beatitude means is, with many, a source of much dispute.
early 15c., "supreme happiness," from Middle French béatitude (15c.) and directly from Latin beatitudinem (nominative beatitudo) "state of blessedness," from past participle stem of beare "make happy," related to bene-. As "a declaration of blessedness" (usually plural, beatitudes, especially in reference to the Sermon on the Mount) it is attested from 1520s.